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HPE Issues Fix To Stop Some SSDs From Self‑destructing
26th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from ESET Research
If left unpatched, a firmware flaw in some enterprise-class solid-state drives could make data on them unrecoverable as early as this fall. The post HPE issues fix to stop some SSDs from self‑destructing appeared first on...
US Government Sites Give Bad Security Advice
25th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Many U.S. government Web sites now carry a message prominently at the top of their home pages meant to help visitors better distinguish between official U.S. government properties and phishing pages. Unfortunately, part of that message...
Public Health Vs. Personal Privacy: Choose Only One?
25th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from ESET Research
As the world turns to technology to track and contain the COVID-19 pandemic, could this sound the death knell for digital privacy? The post Public health vs. personal privacy: Choose only one? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
This Is Not A Test: APT41 Initiates Global Intrusion Campaign Using Multiple Exploits
25th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from FireEye Research
Beginning this year, FireEye observed Chinese actor APT41 carry outone of the broadest campaigns by a Chinese cyber espionage actor wehave observed in recent years. Between January 20 and March 11,FireEye observed APT41attempt to exploit...
Operation Poisoned News: Hong Kong Users Targeted With Mobile Malware Via Local News Links
24th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from TrendMicro
A recently discovered watering hole attack has been targeting iOS users in Hong Kong. The campaign uses links posted on multiple forums that supposedly lead to various news stories. While these links lead users to the actual news sites,...
Microsoft Warns Of Two Windows Zero‑day Flaws
24th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from ESET Research
Updates for the critical-rated vulnerabilities, which are being actively exploited in the wild, are still weeks away The post Microsoft warns of two Windows zero‑day flaws appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Who’s Behind The ‘Web Listings’ Mail Scam?
23rd Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from Krebsonsecurity
In December 2018, KrebsOnSecurity looked at how dozens of U.S. political campaigns, cities and towns had paid a shady company called Web Listings Inc. after receiving what looked like a bill for search engine optimization (SEO) services...
The Good, The Bad And The Plain Ugly
23rd Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from ESET Research
A prolific ransomware gang vows to dial back its campaigns and spare healthcare organizations altogether during the COVID-19 crisis. It’s no cause for celebration. The post The good, the bad and the plain ugly appeared first on...
Monitoring ICS Cyber Operation Tools And Software Exploit Modules To Anticipate Future Threats
22nd Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from FireEye Research
There has only been a small number of broadly documented cyberattacks targeting operational technologies (OT) / industrial controlsystems (ICS) over the last decade. While fewer attacks is clearly agood thing, the lack of an adequate sample...
Security Breach Disrupts Fintech Firm Finastra
20th Mar 2020 [2 months ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Finastra, a company that provides a range of technology solutions to banks worldwide, said it was shutting down key systems in response to a security breach discovered Friday morning. The companys public statement and notice to customers...
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